Original scientific article
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A cognitive analysis of the Bulgarian prepositions and verbal prefixes NAD and POD

Ivelina Tchizmarova
E-mail: itchizmarova@sfu.ca
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby
Abstract: This paper analyzes the Bulgarian prepositions and verbal prefixes NAD and POD from a cogni-tive linguistic perspective. Their prototypical senses are presented as a trajector (TR) situated above or b...

Original scientific article
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Searching for Bulgarian proverbs on the Web

Hrisztalina Hrisztova-Gotthardt
E-mail: xpucuhu@gmail.com
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9983-5184
University of Pecs

Zoltán Gotthardt
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9983-5184
Abstract: The present study can be seen as the second stage of a larger research concerning the real proverb usage in contemporary written Bulgarian language. While the first survey aimed to determine the most ...

State-of-the-art article
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Anomalous use of definiteness and gender in some types of noun phrases in Bulgarian

Valentin Gešev
E-mail: vgeshev@slav.uni-sofia.bg
Sofia University Sv. Kliment Ohridski
Abstract: The paper considers the anomalous use of definiteness and gender in Bulgarian noun phrases containing hypocoristic names, nicknames or sometimes even legal personal names. Proper names of people, bein...